This is genius. Robin Rhodes took over this gallery, perhaps a more-often-than-not staid environment reserved for the privileged class, where people pick out art like most people pick out cereal. He involved children that would not normally get to even experience a gallery, and gave them the power to write on the walls! With huge crayons! Thus requiring teamwork and kinesthetic movement! Profound!
Saw this today at the Scaramouche gallery…
which reminded me a bit of this:
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still one of the most romantic songs I’ve ever heard, despite having heard it shouted by crowds of drunks in pubs around Glasgow numerous times. Such staunchness, so lost on most.
Why will you take by force what you may have quietly by love?
Driving over the Tappan Zee with who I thought was my sidekick, we concurred that Morrissey just ‘gets it’. But how could someone so adamant about what Morrissey ‘gets’ not get it themselves?